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Spanish Classroom Posters

Spanish Classroom Posters
Spanish Classroom Posters
Spanish Classroom Posters
Spanish Classroom Posters
Spanish Classroom Posters
Spanish Classroom Posters
Spanish Classroom Posters
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This is a set of sixteen posters featuring common classroom phrases in Spanish. The following phrases are included:

• ¿Puedo ir al baño?
• ¿Puedo ir a tomar agua?
• ¿Puedo sacarle punta a mi lápiz?
• Tengo una pregunta.
• Tengo una idea.
• No entiendo.
• No sé.
• No importa. (I created this poster because my students were frequently asking me how to say "never mind" in Spanish.)
• Ordena las sillas.
• Borra la pizarra.
• ¿Puedo ir a mi armario?
• ¿Puedo ir a mi taquilla?

Many TPRS teachers choose to narrate what their students are doing as opposed to giving them commands. For example, rather than giving Johnny the command "Stand up," the teacher would describe the action by saying, "Johnny stands up." There are compelling arguments for and against this approach. In order to accommodate different teaching styles, I created two versions of each of the following posters:

• Levántate
• Se levanta.

• Siéntate.
• Se sienta.

• Hagan fila.
• Hacen fila.

I take every opportunity to teach my students culturally relevant phrases and rhymes. I have included two of these posters in this classroom set:

• A poster showing the three responses to a sneeze in Spanish. (The first time someone sneezes, you say "¡Salud!" The second time someone sneezes, you say "¡Dinero!" The third time someone sneezes, you say "¡Amor!")

• A poster showing one version of a rhyme that is similar to "Eenie, Meenie, Miney, Moe". In my elementary classroom, we frequently use this rhyme to choose actors for our class stories or determine who will go first in a game:
Ta, te, ti
Suerte para ti
Chocolate con maní
Ta, te, ti
Suerte para mí
Si no es para mí
Será para ti
Ta, te, ti

I print out these posters and hang them in a highly visible place in my classroom so my students can refer back to them as often as needed.

If you would like to see additional phrases added to these posters, let me know by leaving a comment or a question! I will consider all suggestions.
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